Geologists study earth processes such as earthquakes, landslides, floods, and volcanic eruptions to survey land and draw up safe building plans. When geologists investigate earth materials, they not only investigate metals and minerals, but also look for oil, natural gas, water and methods to extract these. Overall, geology is concerned with the changes of the earth over time, such as climate change and land formation.

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Geologist work in an Office environment settings and also in the field. They visit the places of interest they are working on to collect data, analyse the places, and to supervise work being carried out by other Professionals on the site

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